Learning Chemistry feels like learning a new language. It's hard in the beginning, you don't know what to look out for and even though you recognise things here and there that doesn't mean you can read a formula, let alone understand it. It's one of those subjects where it clicks or it just doesn't. Tutors we work with understand that. They've been there, they had to overcome the same hurdle and they are passionate about helping...
Learning Chemistry feels like learning a new language. It's hard in the beginning, you don't know what to look out for and even though you recognise things here and there that doesn't mean you can read a formula, let alone understand it. It's one of those subjects where it clicks or it just doesn't.
Tutors we work with understand that. They've been there, they had to overcome the same hurdle and they are passionate about helping others do the same. They know the pitfalls, where to spend that extra hour and what you need to memorise before you can completely understand a concept.
Local Clyde chemistry tutors are there to help your child reach that aha moment. They work around your schedule, at a time that's most convenient to you and your child.
It usually doesn't take more than a day or two before we can match you with a chemistry tutor in Clyde who not only knows their content but is there to adapt to your child's needs. Not sure what kind of support your child requires? We figure that out for you!
We offer simple hourly rates, no other charges or fees, and the first lesson comes as a trial to ensure you are really happy with the tutor.
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The proof is always in the action, to get an idea of how tutoring works in practice check out some feedback from tutors. Typically tutors focus on strategies needed to make progress, what's going well and what needs improvement. Of course, every tutor has their own unique style that is tailored to your child's specific needs.
The strategies covered in lessons have progressed, with particular reference to back checking, avoiding rule dependence and back checking. Future lessons will focus on note taking and research skills.
She's reacting more positively to difficult questions which is a very good thing. Her reasoning is creative and she answers reasonably well even if it is something that she was not really familiar with. So I see big progress with critical thinking skills.
Largest gap missed seems to be linear relationships, especially 'y mx + c', however she has said she managed to get the basics of it by looking over her notes. This is also reiterated next year and I don't see it being a significant problem if her grasp of this concept is not as solid as it could be.
Just wanted to let you know that Mark seems like a good match for Nik. He really likes him and had a really successful first session. Thanks for your support and assistance in finding him!
Bre says she is happy with Ameya. He explains things well and ensures she understands things before moving on. Only week 3 but all good so far.
Hayden is starting to feel more confident with his maths, so we think 10 weeks more tutoring should cover all bases for now, and a few weeks towards the end of the school before the final exams should do wonders for his results. Thankyou.....